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Saturday, September 10, 2005

Lovely ChangeThis Manifestos

Came across these lovely manifestos. Too often we see in personal and professional lives - people and organisations that are one diminesionsal in thinking looking at situations with very limited perspectives. Expanding perspectives are a non-negotiable in this fast changing world and change would have to start at inidvidual levels as well.Being able to reflect and exert judicious choices bode well in any situation. These manifestos are an excellent guide to look at things from a new lens and help both individuals, organisation and society at large.

Crystal King provides a how-to think critically guide. With many choices in today’s world, managers need to be able to think critically and encourage their employees to do the same. While this manifesto specifically targets managers, it can help anyone become a more proficient critical thinker - downloadable here

Rajesh Setty provides 25 ways for you to distinguish yourself. Why should you do this? Setty’s short answer is that "being part of the commodity crowd erodes your value" - downloadable here

Tom Peters is his usual provocative self as he rants on the professional service firm. Read on to discover why Peters believes the "professional service firm is everything" - downloadable here.

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